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The Fed - Keeping Community at the Heart of the Community Reinvestment Act - May 18, 2018. FRB | Speech The Fed - Keeping Community at the Heart of the Community Reinvestment Act 25-31 minutes I want to thank Ben Dulchin and the Association of Neighborhood and Housing Development (ANHD) for inviting me to be here with you today. While New York is known globally as a cultural hub that attracts the world to its doorstep, it is known locally as a city of neighborhoods. Like other cities across this country, New York's future is bound to the vitality of its neighborhoods as places to live, work, learn, play, worship, and invest. 1 Neighborhoods have been the focus of ANHD's work for over 40 years. The organization's success is a function of its unwavering focus on preserving and strengthening the quality of life in low- and moderate-income neighborhoods across the five boroughs. The mission of each of the members of ANHD is to strengthen these communities.

Speech by Governor Powell on The Economic Outlook and Monetary Policy - February 22, 2017

Image Speech with Slideshow V2--Powell, The Economic Outlook and Monetary Policy--February 22, 2017

FRB | Speech : Commencement Remarks by Chair; Janet Yellen

Image Speech--Yellen, Commencement Remarks--December 19, 2016 Chair Janet L. Yellen At the University of Baltimore 2016 Midyear Commencement, Baltimore, Maryland December 19, 2016 Commencement Remarks

FRB | Speech | Speech by Governor Brainard on The "New Normal" and What It Means For Monetary Policy

Governor Lael Brainard At the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Chicago, Illinois September 12, 2016 The "New Normal" and What It Means for Monetary Policy

FRB | Speech on August 26, 2016 by Chair Yellen on The Federal Reserve's Monetary Policy Toolkit: Past, Present, and Future

Image Past, Present, and Future--August 26, 2016 Chair Janet L. Yellen

FRB | Speech - December 2, 2015: Speech by Chair Yellen on the economic outlook and monetary policy.

  Chair Janet L. Yellen At the Economic Club of Washington, Washington, D.C. December 2, 2015 The Economic Outlook and Monetary Policy Thank you to the Economic Club of Washington for inviting me to speak to you today. I would like to offer my assessment of the U.S. economy, nearly six and half years after the beginning of the current economic expansion, and my view of the economic outlook. I will describe the progress the economy has made toward the Federal Open Market Committee's (FOMC) goals of maximum employment and stable prices and what the current situation and the outlook imply for how monetary policy is likely to evolve to best foster the attainment of those objectives. The Economic Outlook